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I am honestly very disappointed in this book mostly because it s just flat out boring My Language and Literature teacher oves the author Avi and is making us do a book report on one of his b As a part of my eigth grade english class we had a year ong reading assignment in which we were forced to read 2 books per uarter one of year ong reading assignment in which we were forced to read 2 books per uarter one of choice and one from a The Million Dollar Goal (The Million Dollar Series, list our teacher compiled of a certain genre At the third uarter of school aist of war books was forced upon us I found Avi on the

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and figured d read the book he had written because I had read Crispin beforehand and really enjoyed that I really didn t know what I was getting into when I picked up the skinny copy of this book off the The Selected Poems library shelf I reread it a while ago andoved it just as muchI could barely put this book down both times I read it I A Shark Never Sleeps: Wheeling and Dealing with the NFL's Most Ruthless Agent literally felt almost everything Jonathan did I found myself on the edge of my seat at times and at other times holding my breath and crying and wanting to kick something cause I got so angry I don t know how Avi does that but it s just amazing how he puts you in the character s shoes Great book TSP Great book Avi will remain in my heart as an amazing author If you ve read All uiet on the Western Front youl know what I mean when I describe this book This twenty four hour glimpse at war is not just profoundly and intensely moving to the character but to the reader as well It s sobering confusing horrible raw and gritty Simply put it s the stark realities of war stripped of its glory scenesWhen Jonathan decides to go *Against His Father S *his father s and run off to war he has glorious expectations of what battle and his exaggerated character will procure It doesn t take My Jihad: The True Story of An American Mujahid's Amazing Journey from Usama Bin Laden's Training Camps to Counterterrorism with the FBI and CIA long for him to realize how ignorant he is and how much he just wants to be aittle kid at home againBecause of the intensity of this book and the themes it conveys I would recommend it for a maturer audience than the book itself recommends It would make for a excellent family read aloud you d be able to omit the anguage and have some truly deep and meaningful discussionsAges 12Cleanliness over fifteen times the word dmn is used God s name is used in vain a number of times throughout the book It mentions someone peeing their pants A boy sees two dead bodies that of a man and woman and while he buries them it provides some detail of their decay Like my reviews I also have hundreds of detailed reports that I offer too These reports give a compl. April 3 1778 He may be just thirteen but Jonathan knows he's ready to go to the war against the British He can handle a gun He yearns to battle. The Fighting Ground

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E is ready for fighting the British after all he can handle a gun But when th A boy fights with out permission He earns that its not as cool as he thought It was so scary to him he ran away from his first and gets ost He finds some strange They speak another anguage The boys name is Jonathan They all go to a house that soldiers They speak another Las Maravillosas Obras de Dios: Historias B�blicas Para La Familia language The boys name is Jonathan They all go to a house that been abandoned There is a cow tied to a fence He is confused about where these soldiers are from He is also aittle scared When reading this I might have been as scared as Jonathan was That is what makes this a realistic book Because it makes you feel شرح جامع مثنوى معنوى like you are there during this historical event I realyike this book The greatest strength of The Fighting Ground as I see it is in the realistic way that a twenty four hour period of combat in the times of the American Revolution is portrayed Instead of chapters the book is divided into segments of minutes on a clock as thirteen year old Jonathan finds himself overmatched and in over his head as part of a small regiment of vigilante American soldiers with a commander who will stop at nothing to gain victory for their side Though his father has been crippled fighting in the Revolutionary War Jonathan desperately wants to join the fighting himself as the book opens What could be better than playing the role of hero in defense of one s own people and nation battling to rebuff the dreaded enemy that seeks to tear down one s homeland Gardening at home in battling to rebuff the dreaded enemy that seeks to tear down one s homeland Gardening at home in still peaceful part of the country Jonathan The New Song: For the Sunday School, Societies of Christian Endeavor, and Other Religious Exercises (Classic Reprint) longs to join the action and do some real good for his country While standing andistening one day to a military man near the Riding Hard local tavern calling for a few good men to help him on a vital mission Jonathan is surprised when even he at his young age is asked to partake of the operation Eager to get in on the war however he can he accepts the role offered to him and goes off with a band of ragtag soldiers to do aittle fighting The next twenty four hours are vastly different than Jonathan had ever imagined The gun assigned to him is six feet Arabian Challenge long and enormously heavy yet he must bear the burden himself and keep up a fast marching speed alongside his fellow soldiers to boot When they finally do arrive at the valley where the planned ambush is to take place the target of the attack turns out to be a group of fearsome Hessian soldiers formidable German mercenaries paid by the British to fight the war in defense of King George s crown. Lize that in just twenty four hours hisife will be forever altered by the war by his fellow soldiers and by the terrible choices he must make. Ete break down of everything in the book so you l know just how clean it is or isn t I also have Clean Guides downloadable PDFs which enable you to clean up your book before reading it Visit my website Jonathan suddenly realized that he had never seen an enemy soldier before He had seen Tories but hateful as they were they were only Americans What he was seeing right before him were real enemies foreign ones the most awful ones the cruel German *speaking kindDown the road the Hessian officer waved his sword and *kindDown the road the Hessian officer waved his sword and something to his men The drum began to beat again The fife played high reedy notes From behind Jonathan felt the wind cold again his neck The gun swaying felt heavy Spread out a bit the Corporal ordered Don t give so much target Everyone shift Great book I definitely would have given it 5 stars if it wasn t so slow at the beginning Also I have to say thank you to my teacher for making me read this book because I definitely wouldn t have if she didn t and I wouldn t have had the great experience of reading it the book is basically had the great experience of reading it the book is basically this kid named jonathan he is only 14 and wants to join the revolutionairy war so what he does is he runs away from home and he goes and joins Der Verlorene Koffer: A Graded Reader for Beginning Students later after he gets auainted he feels so proud that he has joined and when the town bell sounds everybody scrambles and now he has to join the was for real this time and when he does he sees things he has never seen before and he is suddenly stuck in the most frightining position ever he thinks he is surrounded but it tourns out to be some body else this book connects to me i have to make big choices all the time i have to choose what middle school i want to go to i have to choose tio do good in school and do well i have to choose what to say and what not to justike jonathan he had to choose to ILLERAMMA Kathalu leave his family to do what he thinks is right and to him he thinks he made the right choice i gave this book 2 stars because i thought that it was an alright book but i thought that it could have been suspenceful and i thought that it could have had action and it could have explained what was happening i would reccomend this book to people whoike reading books about history and to the people who American Literature Student Text like reading books about war April 3 1778 is a day that 13 year old Jonathan will never forget as much as he may try Against his parents instructions Jonathan takes off for the battlefield after hearing the tavern bell toll He s sure For glory justike his brother and cousinSo when Jonathan hears the tavern bell toll calling men to fight he runs to join them He doesn't rea. .